July 2006 • Volume 94 • Number 7
Equitable estoppel applies to private child support orders; police department typically not "victim" under restitution statute; increased security authorized at railroad terminals; and more.
See cases, legislation, and administrative agencies.
We must strive to promote diversity in our legal system and our association.
A review of the new 900 series of Illinois Supreme Court rules, which are designed to improve child custody proceedings and which are effective July 1.
A special focus on the rules aimed at speeding up custody cases.
A look at how Illinois-based federal district courts appoint counsel for indigent civil litigants, including standby counsel for pro se claimants.
The rule should not allow dismissal of the plaintiff's case if he or she serves the defendant before the statute of limitations has run, this author says.
The authors argue that forfeiture provisions should not be subjected to
traditional restrictive covenant analysis.
New restrictions on eminent domain, another crack at grand-parents" visitation, and more.
Concerns persist about this anti-redlining program.
Much of the primary federal law once available only for a fee is now free on the Web.
The phrase has its origins in legalized wife beating. Or does it?